Exterior shot of the Anglican House structure in Freetown, Sierra Leone. People stand outside the building in the foreground.
Completed in November 2021, profits generated by this four-story commercial and office facility in the Central District of Freetown Sierra Leone will support the mission and ministry of the Diocese of Freetown.

Grantee Update: Anglican House in Freetown, Sierra Leone

In 2018, the Diocese of Freetown, Sierre Leone received a grant to demolish its 120-year-old revenue-generating structure and rebuild on the same spot a four-story, 13,778 square-foot office and retail building. The project completed construction on November 14, 2021, in the Central District of Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Exterior shot of the Anglican House structure in Freetown, Sierra Leone. People stand outside the building in the foreground.

Completed in November 2021, profits generated by this four-story commercial and office facility in the Central District of Freetown Sierra Leone will support the mission and ministry of the Diocese of Freetown.

Construction of the recently-dedicated project was made possible by grant support from Trinity Church Wall Street through its Mission Real Estate Development initiative. The project is expected to benefit 80 households annually and will create 3 full-time jobs. Please join us in congratulating our colleagues at the Church of the Province of West Africa!